Richard Feynman, once stated: "... the more you see how strangely nature behaves, the harder it is to make a model that explains how even the simplest phenomenon actually works. So theoretical... More > physics has given up on that."
Don Wortzman hasn't. His Theory validates the twelve-dimensional helical construct explaining the strange phenomena that have stymied physicists for so long. It offers an understanding of how the universe actually works.
The equivalence of the masses of gravity and inertia, a 300-year mystery, is solved. The big bang theory is described, without resorting to Inflation Theory. Additionally, particle spin, anti-matter, duality, quantum entanglement, non-simultaneity, and many other phenomena are simply explained.
Nevertheless, from the inside, where we reside, the entire three-dimensional universe is on the surface of a four-dimensional sphere expanding outwardly at the speed of light. Consequently, matter is not energy, but is mass in motion at lightspeed.< Less
Rubbings of Ancient Maya Sculpture by Joan W. Patten (softcover color edition)
American Sculptor Joan W. Patten (1924-2005) lived and traveled extensively throughout Guatemala from 1965-1982. The... More > Guatemalan government granted Joan official, carte blanche permission to make molds, casts and replicas of ancient Preclassic (1500 BC-250 AD) and Classic (250-900 AD) Maya relief sculpture. Her replicas of Maya stelae currently stand in Guatemala’s Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Etnología, the National Zoo and at the Museo Popol Vuh gardens at Francisco Marroquín University. In addition to the replicas, she executed hundreds of rubbings in oils on colored fabric. With a sculptor’s touch and infinite patience, she rendered images onto cloth that are remarkably sharp in detail and line. The rubbings include images that preserve an abundance of information about Maya sculptural traditions, iconography, hieroglyphic writing, mythology and history.< Less
“Sage advice for frustrated parents.” KIRKUS REVIEWS
Through their years of working with Middle Schoolers and their parents, Leslie King, LCSW, and Darryl Sollerh have developed a... More > compassionate yet realistic approach that takes into consideration both the parent and child's point of view.
Filled with real-life examples, they examine the likely flashpoints for family conflicts, from Middle Schooler social lives to their homework habits, from their misrepresentations to their calls for fairness, from their demands for independence to their need for dependence.
King and Sollerh's approach, at heart, seeks to spark an empathetic awakening in both parent and child, not only as they each meet the initially difficult phases of any challenge or crisis, but also as they move into the future, guided by a new awareness capable of supporting their ongoing efforts to grow in a relationship of shared dialogs, mutual respect and deepening understanding. Or as King and Sollerh envision it: the dance.< Less
From the depths of despair, self-hatred and addiction, to a life filled with unconditional love, peace, joy, gratitude, and conscious choices, O’Kelley-Leigh takes you on an empowering journey... More > of self-discovery, spirituality, meditation, and transformation. Part memoir, part toolbox, this concise handbook is filled with probing questions, spiritual insights, life lessons, and inspirational stories. Silent M.a.g.i.c. shows you how to get off the emotional roller coaster of life’s ups and downs and become inwardly motivated to express who you choose to be in each moment. This book offers practical and healing tools to cultivate and develop a relationship with a "God" of your own understanding, a loving relationship with yourself, and deeper more fulfilling relationships with others.This book is not about religion, and does not preach, but rather illustrates that spirituality is liberating, not restricting, and can lead you to your highest purpose.< Less